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The INEE Blog is an open space for sharing opinions, resources, developments, and discussions on topics relevant to education in emergencies. It is a place to engage the INEE community and raise awareness about issues important to our field of work. INEE publishes blog posts in Arabic, English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish.

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The bombing on Gaza has stopped for now

Written by
Ayman Qwaider
Published by
Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)
Published

A ceasefire in Gaza was put in place on May 10th 2021, ending 11 days of Israeli aggression on the civilian population and the infrastructure of the Gaza Strip. The bombing has now stopped. But the violence against Palestinians has not ceased.

Teaching in complex crises: Seeking balance in selfless acts of service

Written by
Chris Henderson
Published by
International Task Force on Teachers for Education 2030
Published

On July 28th and 29th the Global Education Summit will focus on financing the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) from 2021 though to 2025. This article implores that teachers - who have led at the frontlines of recent crises, yet remain down the list of education financing priorities - must be a central feature of the Summit’s commitments.

A Whole School Approach to Preventing and Responding to School-Related, Gender-Based Violence (SRGBV): Prioritizing Safety from Violence as Schools Reopen

Written by
Lydia Madyirapanze, FAWE Zimbabwe
Published by
Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)
Published

In this blog, part of the Committing to Change: Girls’ EiE from Charlevoix to COVID-19 blog series, Lydia Madyirapanze discusses the importance of education sectors addressing the impacts of the violence learners experienced during school closures, and ensure that learners are safe when schools reopen.

Are we truly listening to adolescent girls and young women?

Written by
Nafissatou Faye, Plan International
Published by
Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)
Published

In this blog, part of the Committing to Change: Girls' EiE from Charlevoix to COVID-19, Nafissatou Faye discusses the importance of ensuring opportunities for participation for adolescent girls and young women in EiE programming situated alongside Plan for Girls, a Plan International project funded by Global Affairs Canada working to address this issue in Benin and Cameroon.

Launch Announcement: TiCC Event Series 2021-2022

Published by
Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)
Published

The INEE Teachers in Crisis Contexts (TiCC) Collaborative invites you to register for the TiCC Event Series 2021-2022. The series will provide opportunities for EiE stakeholders,  including teachers, teacher educators, school leaders, practitioners, and policymakers, to come together to transform support for teachers working in emergencies and protracted crises.

How can we promote resilience in youth during and after conflict? Lessons from Mindanao

Written by
Nalini Chugani, Education Development Center
Published by
Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)
Published

This blog by Nalini Chugani of Education Development Center discusses the Mindanao Youth for Development (MYDev) program and how it worked to strengthen youth and their communities’ capacity to deal with violence and conflict.
 

INEE 2020 Annual Report launch

Published by
Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)
Published

2020 was a milestone year for INEE. In the same year that we celebrated our 20th anniversary, we also faced the greatest global education crisis in history.

All means ALL: Including LGBTQIA+ Learners in Education for All

Written by
Lauren Gerken
Published by
Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)
Published

If we are to truly achieve education for all, we need to ensure that displaced LGBTQIA+ students and teachers are safe in schools and learning centers, that they have access to accurate and affirming information, and that teaching and learning materials don’t perpetuate harmful gender norms.